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Video: Dengue Dengue Dengue’s “Chichón” [PER]

Dengue Dengue Dengue is a band known in the digital cumbia scene for creating not only killer chicha/techno/dub hybrids, but also highly conceptual videos to accompany their tracks. Now, the Lima-based duo …
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Listen: Tremor's "Huella" [ARG]

There's definitely something magical about this track and maybe watching the behind-the-scenes video below will ruin a bit of that illusion, so I'll leave that up to you. I suggest you listen …
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Free Download: Frikstailers' "Omeprazol" [ARG]

Frikstailers are the most enigmatic, cross-national duo of the groundbreaking ZZK Collective, creating some of the most interesting and awesomely strange music to come out of that scene. When all is …
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Your Mix Fix: El Remolón

The word mixtape has plenty of different interpretations. It used to be that mixtapes were actually DJ sets recorded on cassette tapes, but with the coming of the digital music age, the …
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Listen: G-Flux's G-Sound [MEX]

Ñu-cumbia has its pantheon of legendary heroes, pioneers and those who pushed the boundaries of the hybrid genre further. Mexico's G-Flux is in the latter camp. Even though this is technically his …
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Video: Los Labios’ "Hoy Descubrí" [ARG]

If somebody knows how to make cumbia sexy, that's Los Labios' leader Lulu Jankilevich. On their second official video, the Argentine ñu-cumbia diva shows plenty of skin while inviting you to spend …
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Video: Chancha Vía Circuito – "Amelia"

In Chancha Vía Circuito's latest video, there are no glow sticks, neon tribal outfits, or psychedelic transitions, like much of what's been prominent in the visual aesthetics of Zizek. In fact, this …
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Your Mix Fix: Frikstailers

The word mixtape has plenty of different interpretations. It used to be that mixtapes were actually DJ sets recorded on cassette tapes, but with the coming of the digital music age, the …
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EP Review: Bondi Blaster's "¡Lo Juimo!"

If you’re not of Argentinian ancestry or aren’t accustomed to talking to an Argentine in Spanish, then your first conversations with this album might reflect the same sonic-riddled experience I had traveling …
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Meet La Yegros: Zizek's First Lady

Neé: Mariana Yegros Raíces: Morón, Buenos Aires. Sounds like: Lido Pimienta, Lulacruza. You should listen to La Yegros because... you need more estrogen on your ñu-cumbia playlist. Did you too notice something weird about …
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